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Learn how to paint window sash and door frames; includes details on masking off glass and removing excess paint on glass.

One of the most time-consuming and often frustrating parts of doing a paint job is dealing with windowpanes. The question often is: do you spend time up front putting tape on the windows so you don't get so much paint on the glass, or do you go ahead and paint and then scrape off the dried stuff afterward? In this workshop segment, Ron demonstrated the best techniques for doing each. He then leaves it up to his viewers to decide which method is preferred.

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